Summer 2016

May 24 – May 26: 9am to 5pm

June: Online consultation available. Email Jane Weber for more information: jlweber@plymouth.edu

July: T and W 9am to 5pm; Th 9am to 1pm.

August: Weekdays 9am to 5pm

 

 

 

 

 

Peter Billman-Golemme, Writing Consultant

One key to writing is having something worthwhile to say. If you believe your ideas are important, you’ll be more motivated to share them. And in sharing them, you’ll be more willing to work to say them in the best way possible. Granted, sometimes we are asked to write about topics that don’t capture or thrill us. Simply pretend you are interested in the topic, and you’ll do fine!

Testimonials

Meredith Schulman

“My visit to the Writing Center was helpful because I was able to read my paper, find things I wanted to change, and have another helpful opinion added in.”
– Meredith Schulman

Quotes

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“Writers write to learn, to explore, to discover, to hear themselves saying what they do not expect to say.”
– Donald Murray